Snowshoe Thompson

Johnny Horton

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In 1855
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in old California
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A man was a lookin
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in the paper one day
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Uncle Sam needs a postman
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to carry the mail
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through the High Sierra Mtns
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Over God forsaken trails
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Well Snowshoe Thompson told em
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he swore he was their man
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Hed get thru them mtns
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if anybody can
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So he took a pair of snowshoes
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& he took a pair of skis
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& led out thru the mtns
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where a normal man would freeze

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He was cautious as a mtn cat
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& fleet as a deer
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Tough as a grizzly bear
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He knew no fear
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He lived a life of danger
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bringin mtn people news
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Cause Snowshoe Thompson
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packed the mail on thru

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In the High Sierra Mtns 
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it was 32 below
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blue blizzards fairly whistled
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bringin 40 ft of snow
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no one dared to venture
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on the slippry mtn trail
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But Snowshoe kept a comin
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he was packin US mail
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His face was weatherbeaten
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from his many rugged miles
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but he knew it was worth it
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when hed see the people smile
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His deeds are not forgotten
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they stand in the hall of fame
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Theyre changin Old Snow Valley
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To Snowshoe Thompsons name

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